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CRUSADER 




Editor: Anita IVIcGraw 
Business Manager: Paul Parker 
sponsor: Evelyn McClure 



Bginning 
2-27 



btudent Life Academics 
28-59 60-75 




Groups 
76-117 



Individuals 
118-151 



Ending 
152-180 




Dawn, day, night— tomorrow. 
Fall, winter, spring— summer. 
Registration, lines, waiting, more lines- 
registered. 
Room 103. Ross Hall. Hey! I thought that was a 

girls' dorm! 
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior— and finally- 
Senior. 
First day of class, end of the nine weeks, 
finals— graduation. 
Life is filled with progressions. Every day 
we experience sequences of events that lead 
us to other, more important, experiences. Be- 
cause progress is movement toward a 
particular goal, each of these progressions 
keeps us focused on the future. 






As Carey goes through renovations and 
development this year, our thoughts are turned 
back into the past for a view of what Carey has 
been and at the same time, directed to the 
future— with hopes of what she will become. 

In 1911, Mr. W. S. F. Tatum, owner of the land 
on which Carey now stands, offered it to the 
Mississippi Baptist Convention for the founding 
of a Christian girls' school. Upon organization, 
the school was named Mississippi Woman's 
College and functioned in this capacity until 1953. 



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At that time, the college became coeducational, 
and was, in 1954, named William Carey College, in 
honor of the "Father of Modern Missions." Through 
these years, many students have come to Carey 
College seeking new ideals, reaching for new 
goals, and have left— better citizens in a world that 
needs better citizens, and with a sincere desire to 
help those they meet in life. 

At present, Carey College is living up to her 
name by being a missionary in many areas. As 
always, she is spreading the good news of 
Christianity; but now she is doing more in ex- 
tending her educational ministry to five different 
sections of the South. 

Most important, to us, perhaps, is the future of 
Carey College. As students, faculty, and adminis- 
tration, we must strive for continual improvement. 
There must always be progress— that consistent 
movement toward a goal. Without it, the light would 
go out. 

Still, time comes— and is gone— and for 
students, it goes quickly. Most all of the todays of 
1974 are fast becoming yesterdays of last week, 
last month, and last semester. We might have been 
too involved with extracurricular activities or we 
might have put studying at the bottom of our list of 
priorities, but as exams approach, we dedicate 
time, energy, and worry to the task. 







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TOMORROW— what does it hold? Pro- 
gress, work, remembrances of times past. Of 
the good times we had in college— at Carey. 
We may, indeed, wish at times to "turn the 
world around and let it stop on yesterday." It 
holds many lifelong friends— those strangers 



we met on the first day of school. It holds 
healthy attitudes— molded by experiences. 
And thus, another school year ends— with all 
of our lives having been improved as we 
progressed in 1974— in studies, in love, and in 
faith. 



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DEDICATION 







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Webster defines a professor as "one who publicly 
teaches, in the higher education, any branch of 
knowledge; one on whom the title has been formally 
conferred by academic authority." For the students 
here at Carey, a professor is much more than that. He is 
not only the person who pours out portions of his 
knowledge to us each week, but the one, who, in so 
doing, gives part of himself to us. 

The professor we honor in the 1974 CRUSADER is 
such a professor. His concern for his students goes far 
beyond the realm of the classroom. He does not 
hesitate to give extra help to the student who sincerely 
asks for it, and thinks little of his own time when he is 
needed. He gives willingly of himself, but expects, also, 
the complete self and involvement of the student. 

As a student himself, he is dedicated to his area of 



teaching and strives to create an interest in it for his 
students. He is many-faceted and does not try to limit 
either himself or his students. He is an active partici- 
pant in life, and takes an open mind into every situation. 
A desire to help students learn is always evident in his 
class and his methods of teaching are many and varied. 
To him, learning is not something that takes place only 
in the classroom, but rather a process by which you live 
each day, each hour. He is a teacher such as Kahlil 
Gibran describes in THE PROPHET: "If [the teacher] is 
indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of 
wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your 
own mind." 

It is to this great professor that we dedicate the 1974 
CRUSADER; in honor, appreciation, and love, to you. 
Dr. David F. Gruchy. 



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Beginning 
2-27 




Academics 
60-75 




Groups 
76-117 



Individuals 
118-151 



Ending 
152-180 





MR. Ahfb'^ISS W.C.C 





MR. WILLIAM CAREY COLLEGE MISS WILLIAM CAREY COLLEGE 



Marc Fisher 



Helen Driskell 



SENIOR 
FAVORITES 



Anita McGraw 
David Cook 



JUNIOR 
FAVORITES 



Patti Stribling 
Bobby Halford 



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SOPHOMORE FAVORITES 

Judy Quin Mike Mitchell 




FRESHMAN FAVORITES 



Beth Rainer Phillip Threadgill 




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MISS CAREY PAGEANT 




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OVER THE RAINBOW" 






Kathy Smith, Miss Carey 73 






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WHO'S WHO 

AMONG STUDENTS 

IN AMERICAN 

UNIVERSITIES 

AND COLLEGES 




Patsy Howell 



Nancy Easterling 




Anita McGraw 





Florence Prater 




Trevor Ebanks 




Valerie Turner 



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Melinda Keyes 



Tim Bailey 



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Becky Ware 




Helen Driskell 






David Hobbs 



Cindy Lumpkin 




Vance Downey 



CITIZENSHIP AWARDS 



Bob Terry 



Helen Driskell 





LEADERSHIP 
AWARD 



Tim Bailey 





SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 



Helen Driskell 







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HOMECOMING COURT OF 74 





Homecoming Queen 
Helen Driskell 

Queen's Escort 
Tim Bailey 

Basketball Maid 
Diane Dobson 

Basketball Maid's Escort 
Butch Boswell 

Senior Maid 
Sue Montreuil 

Senior Maid's Escort 
Marc Fisher 

Junior Maid 
Myra Howell 

Junior Maid's Escort 
Bobby Halford 

Sophomore Maid 
Kathy Fejes 

Sophomore Maid's Escort 
Phillip Threadgill 

Freshman Maid 
Beth Rainer 

Freshman Maid's Escort 
Conrad Howell 



The Madrigals add much to the Medieval setting 





Homecoming Queen receives corsage from the Racket Club. 






President Noonkester presents Helen with crown. 




Helen Driskell crowned as Homecoming Queen of 1974. 



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Former students register for exciting weekend of Homecoming activities 







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Alumni banquet a great success. 




Sonny Atkins speaks to past and present students. 



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SUMMER 
AND SMOKE 



Director Obra L. Quave 

Set Designer Evelyn Collins 

Stage Manager Cynthia Lumpkin 



Cast: 

Joel Bowles 
Gene Brack 
Mary Jane Britton 
David Brown 
Kathy Fejes 
Brooke Giddens 
Jane Hetlick 



Anthony Kalberg 
Phillip Luper 
Jo Lynn Moncrief 
Gemia Pascale 
Jay Rogers 
Bob Terry 
Mark Wilkinson 
Lin Wilson 





STAGE AND LIGHT CREW EXCEL 
UNDER DIFFICULT CONDITIONS 




Stage and Light Crew Excell Under Difficult Conditions 
Nellie finds Reuben's medical vocabulary difficult. 





Salesman Kramer propositions leading lady. 
"William Blake, born of poor, but fionesl parents 




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CHRISTMAS 
BANQUET 




Miss Collins presents room decoration award. 



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GRADY NUTT 
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WHY I DIDN'T MAKE THE 
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Groups 
76-117 



Individuals 
118-151 



Ending 
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THE PRESIDENT 




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Mrs. Noonkester, Myron, Lila, Dr. Noonkester. 



TIME AND PROGRESS 



The philosopher Bergson once declared that the most outstanding 
event of modern times has been the enlargement of mian's body: 

"Telescopes and microscopes have increased the povv'ers of our 
eyes; telephones have stretched our ears several thousands of miles; 
vi/ireless has enabled the puniest voice to reverberate round the world; 
steam and electricity and petrol have enhanced the speed of our feet 
better than the seven-leagued boots of ancient fableo Gunpov^der has 
given our fists a terrible range and po\ver„ Aeroplanes have enabled 
us to increase our high jump and our long jumip from a matter of yards 
to thousands of miles. " 

The year 1974 which you have spent at Carey College has undoubt- 
edly enlarged the powers of your mind and increased the concerns of 
your heart. May every year of your life bring to you enlargemient of 



mind and spirit. 



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J. Ralph Noonkester 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 










ROW 1 : Mrs. Carroll Gartin, Dr, Noonkester, Dr. Bruce Aultman, Mr. Wiley 
Fairchild (1972-1973), Dr. Glen Pearson (1972-1973), Mrs. Owen Cooper. 
ROW 2: Mr. J. D. Sims, Dr. Hugh Dickens, Mr. T. Lewis Fowler, Rev. Tom 
Rayburn, Dr. Dudley Wilson, Rev. Bobby Perry, Rev. Frank Gunn, Mr. 



John D. Thomas, Dr. Earl Green, Dr. Joseph Ernest. Not pictured: Dr. T. E. 
Ross Jr., Mr. Kaiser Runnels, Dr. Robert J. Eustice, Rev. P. C. Perkins, Dr. 
James T. Thompson. 



ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL 




Anita McGraw, Young Lee, Harry Beam, Dr. J, Ralph Noonkester, Sarah 
Emerson, Virginia Scott, Donna Wheeler, Hugh Dickens. Tony Pascals, Dr. 
J. M. Ernest, Dr. Dorman Laird, J. D. Sims. Not pictured: John OKeefe, Dr. 



Donald Winters, Dr. Jerry Oswalt, Tim Bailey, Anne Ernest, Mrs. Shirley 
Morrison, Mr. Donald Sones, Marjorie Rowden. 



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DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT 



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Dr. Hugh L. Dickens, Vice President 



SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 




ACADEMIC 0£iN 



Dr. Joseph M. Ernest, Dean 



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BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, 

PHYSICAL SCIENCES 




Dr. David Gruchy, Mr. Roy Hood, 

Professor Associate Professor 




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Dr. Rose West, Dr. Franl< Pinkerton 

Associate Professor Assistant Professor 




BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 





Mr. James Shivers, Mr. James McCay. 
Assistant Professor Instructor 



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EDUCATION, PSYCHOLOGY 




Dr. Ronald Paddock, Dr. Clarence Thurman, Mrs, Elma McWilliams, 
Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor 




(VIrs. Frances Smith, Mrs. Iris Brantley, Mrs. Virginia Scott, 

Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Instructor 




ENGLISH 





Dr. J. V. McCrory, 
Professor 



Mrs. Grace Smith, Mrs. Georgiann 

Associate Professor Holliman, 

Assistant Professor 




FOREIGN LANGUAGES 




Dr. Thomas Lott, Mrs. Use Brown, 

Professor Assistant Professor 




HISTORY, SOCIAL SCIENCES 





Dr. E. f^illon Wfieeler, Mr. Jack Rogers, 
Professor Associate Professor 




fi/lr. Wayne Perrott, Dr. Frank Virden 

Associate Professor Visiting Professor 



HOME ECONOMICS 





Mrs. Evelyn McClure, 
Professor 



MATHEMATICS 




Dr. Gaston Smith, 
Professor 




f^r. Warner 
Fellabaum, 
Assistant Professor 




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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




Dr. Benjamin Waddle. Mr. John O'Keefe, 
Professor Associate Professor 




Mrs. Linda Eades, 
Instructor 




RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY 




Dr. Don Stewart, 
Professor 



Dr. William Clawson, Dr. Jerry Oswalt, 
Professor Associate Professor 




Dr. Dorman Laird, Dr. Joel Ray, Mrs. Marjorie Rowden, 

Associate Professor Part-time Professor Assistant Professor 




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SPEECH, THEATRE 





Mr. Obra Quave, 
Professor 



Dr. James Heflln, 
Assistant Professor 




Miss Mary Evelyn 

Collins, 

Instructor 



I. E. ROUSE LIBRARY 





Mr. Young Sfilk Lee, 
Head Librarian 




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Mrs. Marilyn Pound, 
Assistant Librarian 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC 




Dr. Donald Winters, 
Dean 



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Dr. Benjamin Dunford, Dr. James Downey. 
Professor Professor 



Mr. Ray Luper. 
Associate Professor 



Mrs. Jennie Lou 
Breland, 
Assistant Professor 




Miss Josephiine 

DArpa, 

Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Nancy Dunford, 
Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Helen 
McWhorter, 
Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Frances Winters, 
Assistant Professor 



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SCHOOL OF NURSING 




Mrs. Shirley Morrison, 
Dean 




Miss Gayle Barrau, Mrs. Marilois Danner, Mrs. Evelyn Stumborc 
Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor 




Mrs. Frances Foster, Mr. Robert Trotter, Dr. Dale Wright, 

Instructor Instructor Instructor 




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STAFF 




Mrs. Eva Ashburn, 
Head Resident. 



Mr. H. S. Banerjee, 

Administrative 

Assistant. 



Miss Joyce Barnett, Mr. Doug Benedict, Mrs. Gayle Benedict. Mrs. Connie Cooper, 
Admissions Campus Security. Receptionist. Assistant to Registrar. 

Counselor. 




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Mrs. Myrtle Crumby, Mrs. Sarah Curry, 
Head Resident, Secretary. 



Mrs. Sarah Emerson, 
Registrar. 



Miss Anne Ernest, 
Student Affairs. 



Mrs. Glenna Fought, Mrs. Brenda Gilpin, 
Nursing Librarian. Secretary. 




Mr. Richard Gunther, Mr. Eddie Heath, 
Photography. Head Resident. 




Miss Earllne Herrin, Miss Eugenie Holliday, 
Secretary. Secretary. 




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STAFF 



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Miss Florence 

Lambert, 

Nurse. 



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Miss Thelma Lee. Mrs. Dolly McAdams, Mr. Antonio Pascale, Mrs. Mary Prach, 

Executive Assistant. Head Resident. Military Affairs. Secretary. 



Mrs. Kathleen 

Rockenback, 

Housekeeper. 




Mrs. Mary Lou Sims. Mr, Don Sones, Mr. Tim Ttiomas, 

Business Office Financial Aid. Head Resident. 

Manager, 



Mrs. Karen Walker, Mr. G. M. Ward, 
Secretary. Maintenance. 



Mrs. Donna Wfieeier, 
Admissions. 



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Beginning Student Life Academics 
2-27 28-59 60-75 




Groups 
76-117 



Individuals 
118-151 



Ending 
152-180 





Kneeling: Buddy Daughdrill, Russ Harr. Standing: Ted Cannon, 
Buddy Davenport, Danny Thornsberry, Joel Fike, Eddie Mitchell, 
Dennis Carroll, Bill McGuire, Roger Miller, Raley Downing, Ronald 
McMorris, Bill Mason, Gary Coleman, David Kropff. 




WW. Ikiiy 



John O'Keefe, Head Coach. 



John Stephenson, Assistant Coach. 



73-74 CRUSADER BASKETBALL 




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DENOMINATIONAL TOURNAMENT 





Saders fought well against tourney winner Mississippi College. 






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CHEERLEADERS 



Each year, as students at Carey begin to anticipate 
basketball season, enthusiastic cheerleaders are 
ready to build up their spirit. As the season pro- 
gresses, these cheerleaders work tirelessly to keep 
up this spirit. Even when some spirits begin to 
falter, the Crusader cheerleaders burst forth with. 

"GO, 'SADERS, GOI" 




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INTRAMURAL SPORTS 




Basketball provides a break from the routine of studying. 




Football Is the sport for fall. 



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TENNIS— CAREY'S NEWEST SPORT 







1974 Team: Bernie Ernest. Troy Hatten, Marshall Davis, Dr. Frank 
Pinkerton, Wayne Smoot, Nick Leopoldus, David Hobbs. 







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Coach Pinkerton forgot his racket. 



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BASEBALL— 1974 




Row 1: Danny Rollin, Mike Hobby, Anthony Rodgers, Ronnie Harrington, 
Tom Mooney, Don Armstrong, Gwynn Holmes, Joey DiFatta, Robert 
Monsour, Frank Tillman, Butch Boswell. Row 2: Wally Hartell, Manager, 



Matt Howard, Bobby Halford, Gary Bahm. Charles Tyner, John Lindsey, 
Ted Cannon, Ben Palmer, Mike Lee, Buddy Davenport, Therrell Myers, 
David Catlett, Terry Taylor, Hiram Lucius. 




John Stephenson, Coach. 



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SENIORS 



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Butch Boswell 




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Michael Hobby 

Hiram Lucius 

Therrell Myers 




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1973 DISTRICT TOURNEY HELD 
AT CAREY 




TUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 





EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




Ann Ernest, Helen Driskell, Cathy Watson, Kaye Lanford, Tim Bailey, 
'2 Sylvia Grant, Tom Hardy, Dr. Gruchy, David Brown. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 




ROW 1: Betty Ann Smith, Nenette Leatherwood, Randy Von Kanel, 
ROW 2: Lee Bullock. Anita McGraw, Judy Quin, Mary Jane Britton, 
Frances McClamroch, Harry Beam. ROW 3: Ed Braik, Lucy 
Summers, Rictiard Strength. Philip Noyes. Don Richards. Carol 
Meyers. 



JUDICIAL COUNCIL 






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Clark Measels. Hiram Lucius. Don Lancaster. Sue Collum. 



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ASSOCIATION 

OF 

CAMPUS 

PRESIDENTS 





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1st. Dr. Noonkesfer, Tim Bailey, John SabatinI, Bob Terry, Anita 
McGraw, Dan Finley, Lynn McRaney, Cindy Lumpkin, Deborah 
Jackson, Bill Smith. 2nd. David Hobbs, Helen Driskell, Patricia 
Hickman, Diane Dobson, Vance Downey, Anna Landon, Brenda 
Short, Trevor Ebanks, Mike Lott, Juiia Brown, Owen King, Valerie 
Turner, Tommy Strebeck, Nenette Leatherwood, Graham Boutwell. 




Valerie Turner, Melinda Keyes. Kay Lanford, Kaye Batson, Nanette Leatherwood, Betty Ann Smith, Elise Perry, 
Helen Driskell, Dr. Smith, Fred Pine, Pam Crocker, John Bearry, Vance Downey, Bill Smith, Anita McGraw. 



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Miss Collins, Cindy Lumpkin. Patsy Howell, Trevor Ebanks, Mark Wilkinson, Mr. Quave, Bob Terry. 



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ROW 1: Joy Weiibaecher. Janet Bourgeois, Kathy Fejes, Valerie Turner, Dr. Gruchy, Diana Willis, Nancy McCoy, 
Julia Brown, Orfa Cortes, Ella Williams, ROW 2: Dr. Pinkerton, Keitti Greene, Betty Sylvest, Pam Mayeaux, Polly 
Jctinson, Carolyn Beaman, Sherri Everett, Nancy Easterling. Patricia Hickman, Arthur Person, Kenneth Dunaway, 
Jeanne Haltier, Cheryl Blades, Alton Pittman, Pam Crocker, Amy Sanders, Mike Palmer, James Dobson, Marc 



Fisher, John McGraw, Lee Bullock. 



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Brenda Short, Bill Clawson, Keith Greene, Dr. Smith, Lee Bullock, David Catlett, Sheila Catlett, Owen King, Mr. 
Fellabaum, Lynn McRaney. 



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Seated: Valerie Turner, Robyn Williams, Kaye Batson Standing: Elise Perry, Betty Smith, Cathy Watson, Mary 
Thomas, Linda Dillard, Nenette Leatherwood, Lynn Revette, Sylvia Grant, Helen Driskell. 




Hank Wilkerson, Ken Russel, Bill Smith, Don Richards, Harry Carter, Randy Von Kanel, Clark Measels, Damon Gotf. 



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Randy Scott, Mrs. Holliman, Diane Davis, Anita McGraw, Vance Downey, Mrs. Smith, Jack Hayward, Lara Hogan. 




Dr. Ernest, Clark Measels, John Bearry, Dr. PInkerton, Tommy Strebeck, Bob Terry, Dr. Laird, Mr. King. 



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Ronald G. RuBottom, James Van Duzee, Thomas Harvey, Donald H. Sabathler. John F. Courtney, Dieter K, 
Buscher, Richard Maindelle, Jr., Thomas L, Bond, Richard Iven Whiteside, Harry B. Beam, William Gary Arbogast, 
Kenneth Allen Buecker, Richard Beach, Wayne Smoot, Charles Barrett, III, William Owen Gammiil, Larry I. Park, 
Leslie Bloomfield, Hazel Shaw Swofford, Alexander Capers, David Hobbs, Jr., Thomas Richard Dugan, Hubert H. 
Stuart, Jr., Jack S. Pugh, Jr., Charles Lowery Ritchie, Adolph K. Hall, John Moreau, Landon Gore, Frederick Samec, 
Robert F. Murphy. 




Phares E. Noyes, Don S. Lancaster, Francis M. Swagert, Juan M. Rendon, Owen Moore, Paul Ernest Corbin, 
Michael Kane, Sue Collum, Rubin Martinez, Linda Caraway, Tommy Lee Adkins, William Ware, Thomas Gurksnis, 
Edward L. Sneed, Stephen R. Powell, H. S. Banerjee, John J. Lambert, Terry L. Warren, Tyrone McGinnis, Wally D. 
Hartel, Hiram Lucius, George E. Caraway, George Gordon, Bernard L. Toombs, George B. Tredway, Joseph 
Adejumobi. 



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ROW 1: John Sabatini, Kay Lanford, Donald Schroyer, Dr. Wheeler, Mr. Perrott, Fred Pine. ROW 2: Nolan Mapp, 
David Davanay, Roger Metcalfe. Hans Nelson. 




ROW 1: Beverly Tice, Beth Howard, Kay Bond. ROW 2: Tim Pearson, Charles Jackson, David Meadows, Richard 
DeLuna. ROW 3: James Bailey, James Smith, Raymond Purcell, Dr. James Harris, Dr. Stewart. 



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ROW 1: Xandra Williams, Mariatta Raybon, Kathy Blackstock, Judy Quin, Diane Dobson, Robyn Williams, Beth 
Rainer, Annette Tardy. ROW 2: Alexis Beecher, Sharon Heier, Ginny Tippin, Beverly Tice, Brenda Russell, Joanne 
Moore, Priscilla Knowles. ROW 3: Linda Caraway, Anne Griffing, Joy Chance, Carol Meyers, Lynn Sims. 



MUSIC EDUCATORS 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE 




ROW 1: Ron Bolen, PattI Strlbling, Betty Ann Smith, Nenette 
Leatherwood, Terry Johnson. ROW 2: Cathy Watson, Frances 
McClamroch, Gayle Cupit, Valerie Turner, Becky Ware, Kaye Batson. 



ROW 3: Elaine Simmons, Tajuana Gibson, Patsy Bennett, Susan 
Hymel, Diane Buxton, Beth CollettI, Diane Dobson. 



MADRIGAL SINGERS 




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Ron Bolen, Sandra Reeves, Kaye Batson, Ken Russell, Beverly 
Wlllson, Cathy Collins, Beth CollettI, Lorraine Latham, Graham 



Boutwell, Bobby Jeffrey, Clark fifleasels, Nenette Leatherwood, Cathy 
Watson, Conrad Howell, Mike Mitchell, Sylvia Grant. 




ASSOCIATION 

OF 

CHURCH 

MUSICIANS 



Randy Von Kanel, Danny Von Kanel, Billy Ward, Don Richards, 
PattI Strlbling, Walter Wilson, Miss D'Arpa, Sylvia Grant, Mary 
Thomas Jackie Winters, Pete Falrley, Randy Weeks, Wanda 
Brown Beth Ralner, Cathy Watson, Norman Hugglns, Damon 
Goff, Mike Mitchell. 




CRUSADER BAND 



ROW 1: Patsy Bennett, Zoe Milam, Belinda Mitchell, 
Nenette Leatherwood, Ta|uana Gibson, ROW 2: Joel 
Bowles. Lee Ann Snowden, Keith Gordon, Betty Ann Smith, 
Charles Boutwell, James Smith, Bill Wade, Norman 
Hugglns. Randy Von Kanel. Ken Russell. 



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CHORALE 




ROW 1: Cathy Collins, Elaine Simmons, Connie Ellis, Judy Ross, Sylvia 
Grant, Patll Strlbling, Kaye Batson, Robyn Williams, Valerie Turner, Linda 
Dlllard, Nenette Leatherwood, Jean Wllllngham. ROW 2: Lynn Revette, 
Eilse Perry, Betty Ann Smith, Elaine Ross, Helen Driskell, Kathy 
Blackstock, Julie Hubbard, Diane Dobson, Debbie Owens, Cathy Watson, 
Beth Ralner. ROW 3: Russell Wllllngham, Randy Weeks, Norman Hugglns, 



Ronnie Ross, Danny McDonald, Charles Endsley, Harry Carter, Bill Wade, 
Richard Carson, Ken Russell, Fred Taylor, Bill Smith. ROW 4: Clark 
Measels, Hank Wilkinson, Jerry Watts, Henry Jones, Tommy Strebeck, 
Ron Bolen, Mike Mitchell, Don Richards, Randy Hymel, Damon Goff, John 
Thompson, Randy Von Kane!, Conrad Howell. 



NEW IMAGE CHOIR 




ROW 1: Thelma Hllllard, Deborah Thomas, Sandy Warren, Lin Wilson, 
Mary Thomas, Beverly Tice, Charlotte Burnett, Myra Howell. ROW 2: 
Diane Buxton, Wanda Brown, Tajuana Gibson, Karen Bryant, Diane 
Adklnson, Joy Chance, Frances McClamroch, Nanette Thompson, Jackie 



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winters, Mrs. Breland, Mike Lott. ROW 3: Terry Johnson, Jay Rogers, 
Ralph Henson, Donna Thomasson, Bill Ready, Bill Dick, Nola Lewis, 
Wayne McCullough, Joel Bowles, Pete Falrley, Danny Von Kanel, Patsy 
Bennett, Willie Butler, Mike Miller. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 




Tim Thomas, Rodney Thomas, Bobby Halford, Jean Marie Nutt, Paul Parker. Dr. Oswalt, Patti Stribling. Sylvia 
Grant, Joe Campbell. 




RELIGIOUS 
If EDUCATION 

= ASSOCIATION 



Bob Terry, Charles Jackson, Vann Bryant, 
David Brown, Kathy Smith, Beth Howard, 
Deborah Thomas, Aneida Reyes, Dr. Ray. 



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FELLOWSHIP OF INTERNATIONAL 

STUDENTS 



ROW 1: Sadeq Ammourl 
(Venezuela); Charles Moore 
(M.K., Ghana); Jennifer Kar- 
tadlnata (Indonesia); Linda 
Coston (British Honduras); 
Joseph AdejumobI (Nigeria); 
Kin Francisco Chen-Kin 
(Brazil); Issa Saba (Israel); 
MO. Joykutty (India); David 
Davis (M,K.. Ghana). ROW 2: 
Dr. Clawson; Rommanee 
Hongslrlnukul (Thailand); 
Orfa Cortes (Colombia); 
Enlda Reyes (Cuba); Edith 
Cortes (Colombia); Julia 
Brown (Germany); Ana Rosa 
Quinonez (El Salvador); H.S. 
Banerjee (India); Caroline 
Bodden (Cayman Islands); 
Trevor Ebanks (Cayman 
Islands); Jullne Porter 
(Cayman Islands). 




MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 




Dr. Jerry Oswalt, WInfred Mclnnls, John Downing, Garry Breland, Bruce 
Grissom, Tim Pearson, Arron Ray. James Smith, Bill Armstrong, Dan 



FInley, Dr. Stewart, Larry Henderson, Al FIke, James Woodfin, Fred Wom- 
ble, Raymond Purcell, Thomas Balch, Steve LIghtsey. 



106 



FORENSIC LEAGUE 




Mary Jane Brltton, Phillip Threadgill, Jo Lynn Moncrief, Dr. Heflin, Phillip Luper, Mickey Miller, Owen King 



SERAMPORE PLAYERS 




'>l^i!&#^A 



Jean Marie Nutt, Kathy Fejes, Mark Wilkinson, Drew Cameron, Betty Gail 
Dunaway, Bob Terry, Gemia Pascale, David Brown, Joe Byrd, Mickey 
Miller, Jo Lynn Moncrief, Vance Downey, Phillip Luper, Sharon Showers, 



Mary Jane Brltton, Brooke Giddens, Jay Rogers, Patsy Howell, Gene 
Brack, Lin Wilson, Trevor Ebanks, Cindy Lumpkin, Clarence Lewis, 
Anthony Kaiberg, Rene Wilson. |07 



CREATIVE 
WRITERS' 
CLUB 




Phillip Luper, Brenda Short, Dr. McCrory, Vance Downey. Marc Fisher, Julia Brown. 



LIBRARY CLUB 




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ROW 1: Lynn McRaney, Ella Williams, Deborah Thomas, Annette Tar- 
dy. ROW 2: Annie Lewis, Gayle King, Rommanee Hongsirinukul, Grace 



Furr, Tajuana Gibson. Elien Williams. ROW 3: Rose Ralney, Edith Cortes. 
Nola Lewis, Richard Dease. 



RACKET CLUB 




ROW 1: Susan Coston, Michelle Greene, Marshall Davis, Bernie Ernest, Debbie Balkom, Pam Barnette. ROW 2: 
Nick Leopoldus, Steve Powell, Randy Weeks, Roger Metcalfe, Mary Bowling, Harry Beam. ROW 3: David Hobbs, 
Charles Richie, Phil Noyes, Marc Fisher, Grace Curran, Priscilla Knowles, Betty Smoot, Ann Banes, Nancy 
Easterling. ROW 4: Dave Hendry, Bob Nurre, Karen Garrett, David Devaney, Ron Bolen, Wayne Smoot, Larry Park, 
Troy Hatten, Dr. Pinkerton. 




PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

ASSOCIATION 



ROW 1: Mrs. Eades, Bonnie Blalock, Debbie Hegwood, ROW 2: 
Robbie Combs, Mary Welch, NIta Harvlson, Nancy Easterling, 
Michelle Greene. ROW 3: Mike Lee, Don Armstrong, Bobby 
Halford, David Kropft, Terry Taylor, Dr. Waddle. ROW 4: Danny 
Rollln, Barry Donald, Graham Boutwell, Bill McGuIre, Raley 
Downing, Joey DIFatta. ROW 5: David Goar, Danny Thornsberry, 
Buddy Davenport, Ronnie Harrington. ROW 6: Gwen Holmes, 
Matt Howard, Ronnie Mayfleld, Anthony Rodgers, Joel FIke, Ed- 
die Mitchell. 



109 



FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN 
ATHLETES 



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ROW 1: Bill McGuIre, Ted Cannon. Ronald McMorrls, Paul Parker, Wheeler. ROW 2: Lee Bullock. David Dewlse, Joe Campbell. Julian 

Graham Boutwell. Rodney Sanders, David Catlett. Mike Reynolds, Dr, Graham, Butch Boswell. Wally Hartel. 



AFRO-AMERICAN SOCIETY 



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Teresa Woods, Carolyn Hart, Sheryl Taylor, Belinda Willis, Letha Moody, 
JoAnn West, Loretta Summlin, Debra Jackson, Stella Hunt, Johnny 



Dantzler, Barry Donald, Ray Shaw, William Jones, Harold Ray, Jack 
Peterson, Tyrone Mclnnis. 



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CAREY STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATION 



1ST ROW: Sharon Heier, Janet Bourgeois, Ginny 
Tippin, Marsha Robertson, Diana Willis, Polly 
Johnson, Valerie Taylor. 2ND ROW: Annie Evans, 
Leola Mclnnis, Martha Garraway, Ella Williams, Betty 
Wimes, Julie Jagot. 3RD ROW: Deborah Patterson, 
Susan Crifasi, Martha Nowell, Anna Cavignak, Laura 
Jackson. 4TH ROW: Patricia Hickman, Sherri Everett, 
Carmon Lyons, Alice Winton, Jeannette Morrison, 
Sandra Albritton, Annie Lewis, Orfa Cortes, 5TH ROW: 
Carolyn Beaman, Rene Givens, Carolyn Curry, Cecilia 
Parker, Cheryl Blades, Alton Pittman, Betty Sylvest, 
Amy Sanders, Debbie Weldon, Grace Furr, Juline 
Porter, Lucy Summers. 





112 



1ST ROW: Wanda Harvey, Mary Azar, Joy Weilbaecher, Celeste Aldridge, Gloria Smith, Karen Price, 2ND ROW: 
Kim Danner, Cynthia Campbell, JoAnn Cardaro, Judy Ziegler, Sister Durald. 3RD ROW: Donna Sparkman Arthur 
Person, Sue Montreuil, Richard McElhaney. 



PRE-MED CLUB 




ROW 1: Mike Palmer, Kafhy Fejes. Valerie Turner, Mr. Hood. ROW 2: Dr. 
West, Nancy McCoy, Edith Cortes, Karen Garrett, Julia Brown, Manny 
Mejia. ROW 3: Mil^e Harris, Sadek Ammouri, Steve Harris, Albert 
Sanderson, Dr. Pinkerton. ROW 4: M. O. Joykutty, Marc Fisher, John 
Bearry, James Dobson. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




ROW 1: Lee Ann Snowden, Grace Curran, Linda Coston, Pam Barnett. 
ROW 2: Martha Blumenthal, Lynn Sims, Mrs. McClure, Tara Jordan, 
Jeannie Sullivan, Belinda Mitchell. 



113 



STUDENT MISSISSIPPI 

EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




ROW 1 : Russ Harr. Mike Hobby, Issa Saba, Anthony Kalberg. Nolan Mapp. 
Tommy Strebeck, Eddie Mitchell, Terry Mitchell. ROW 2: Joe Byrd, Linda 
Seals, Joyce Vete, Pam Crocker, Anita McGraw, Lynda Hawkins. Beverly 
TIce, Betty Bass, Karen Bryant, Nancy Easterling. ROW 3: Michelle 
Greene, Frances McClamroch, Ann Redd, Becky Ware. Randy Scott, 



Brenda Rawls, Betty Jo Johnson, Jackie Shivers. Sheila Lockhart. ROW 4: 
Bob Fulton, Joseph AdejumobI, Dr. Paddock, Barbara Campbell. Mrs 
McWIIIIams, Mrs. Scott, Kay Sclfres, Sue Collum. Sheila Catlett, Gwen 
Smith. Nancy Jones. Pam Magers. Therrel Myers. Jane Heflick. Cynthia 
DIckerson. Carole Hobby, Anne Grifflng. Lynn Sims, Patricia Fike. 



ART 
CLUB 



Trevor Ebanks, Kay Sclfres, Joanne 
Walker. Freddie Bryant. Mrs. Smith, 
Patsy Howell. 



114 




FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE 
HONORS 




David Davis, Soloman Enyieama, Dr. Wheeler, Bill Clawson, Sylvia Grant, Debbie Scarborough, Elaine Simmons, 
Don Richards, Debbie Balkom, Mary Jane Britton, Donna Thomasson, Kathy Balckstock, Betty Gail Dunaway, 
Renee Wilson, Jeanmarie Nutt, Kathy Fejes, Cecilia Parker, Nita Harvison, Linda Hollingsviforth, Janet Bourgeois, 
Connie Guillot, Gail Hall, James Dobson, Barbara Davis, Ella Williams, Mike Palmer. 

JUNIOR-SENIOR HONORS 




ROW 1: John Bearry, Kay Lanford, Myra Howell, Ralph Henson, Betty Gail Smith, Nancy Easterling, Valerie Turner, 
Anita McGraw, Paul Parker. ROW 2: Ed Braik, Elise Perry, Patricia Fike, Ann Gritting, Melinda Keyes, Helen Driskell, 
Becky Ware, Julia Broviin, Tommy Strebeck. 



115 



COBBLER 



Editor— Trevor Ebanks; Assistant Editor— Gemia 
Pascals; Sports— Bobby Moulder, Billy Straham; 
Religion— Ralph Hanson; Photography— Richard 
Gunther, Vann Bryant; Reporters— Beverly TIce, 
Robert Hill, Sandra Albritton, Polly Johnson; 
Secretary— Anne Griffing. 




Dr. James Helfin, Sponsor. 




BeverJy Tice, Anne Griffing, Trevor Ebanks, Dr. Heflin, Gemla Pascale, Ralph Henson, Bobby Moulder, Polly 
Johnson. 



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CRUSADER 



Editor— Anita McGraw; Business Manager— Paul Parker; In- 
dividuals—Julia Brown, Fred Taylor, Orfa Cortes; Student 
Life — Wendy King, Cecilia Partner, Phillip Ttireadgill; 
Organizations— Ptiillip Luper, Gary Nichols; Photography— Richard 
Gunther, Gary Nichols. Cathy Collins, Tony Myrick. 



Mrs. Evelyn McClure, Sponsor. 




Gary Nichols, Anita McGraw, Phillip Luper, Cathy Collins, Richard 
Gunther, Julia Brown, Tony Myrick. 



117 



Beginning Student Life Academics 
2-27 28-59 60-75 





Groups 
76-117 



nding 
152-180 




SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 




Sandra Albrltton.BS 


Foxworth 


Nursing, CSNA— President 




Celeste Aldrldge, BS 


MInden.LA 


Ernest Anderson, BS 


Sama, AL 


Sociology; Pen & Sword, PI Gam 


Tia Mu 


Sandra Apperwhite. BS 


Laurel 


Education. 





William Arbogast, BS Laurel 

Business Administration, Phi Beta Lambda 

Mary Azar, BS Atlanta, GA 



Ronnie Baggett, BS 

Social Science. 

James Lee Bailey, BA 



Hattlesburg 



Hattlesburg 

appa SIgma-V Pres , 



John E. Bailey, BA 
Biblical studies. The 
Ministerial Association. 

Thomas Balch, BA Laurel 

Religious Education, Ministerial Association 

Pamela Jean Barnett, BS New Orleans, LA 

Home Economics, V Pres. H.E Club, Serampore 
Players, BS U. 

Charles L. Barrett, BS Hattlesburg 

Business Administration 



120 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 




Settle Bass, BS Heidelburg 

Elemenlary Education, BSU, MEA 

Richard Beach, BS Corpus Christi, TX 

Business Admlnlslratlon; Pen i Sword, Phi Beta 
Lambda 

Harry Beam, BS Johnstown, PA 

Business Administration. Pen s Sword, pril Beta 
Lambda, SGA, Racket Club. Dean's List 
John Bearry, BA Lucedale 

Chemistry, Honor's Program, Chl Beta Phi, Pre-Med 
Club-President, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Leadership 
Fraternity, Alphl Chl 



Wayne Berry, BA Moss Point 

Biblical Studies: Ministerial Association, Theta Kappa 
Sigma 

Richard Blakely, BS Biloxi 

Social Science, Pen & Sword, 

Ecleastias Blalock, BS Flora 

Physical Education. Physical Ed. Club. BSU, Volleyball 
Team. Atro-Amerlcan Cultural Society. Cheerleader. 
Deans List, 

Leslie Bloomfield, BS Hamet, CA 

Business Admlnlslratlon, Pen s Sword, Phi Beta 
Lamda. 



Martha Blumenthal, BS 

Home Economics, Lilian F 



Harahan, LA 



Progri 



Petal 

Kappa 



I, Lilian President. AWS Repre- 
sentative. Home Ec Club-Prelsdent, MEA, Dorm 
Council, Bass Resident Director, Theta Lambda Chi 

Nona Kay Bond, BA 

Biblical Studies, Hor 
Sigma 

Thomas Bond, BS Kernersville, NC 

Law Entorcement 

James Boswell, BS Meridian 

Business Administration, Baseball, C-Club 



Charles Boutwell, BS 

Psychology 

Larry Braswell, BA 

Bible 
Bruce Brazell, BA 

Biblical Studies 
Garry Breland, BA 

Biblical Studies, Honors 



Pascagoula 

Tunica 

Semmes, AL 

Wiggins 



Julia Ann Brown, BA & BS 



Oak Grove 



Chemistry S Biology, Honors Program. Creative 
Writers Club-V Pros . President. Editor of l972;ndigo. 
Crusader Class Editor. Pre-Med Club-Secretary. 
Presldent-CoOb/er Reporter, Chapel Choir, Library 
Club, Chl Beta Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Young 
Republicans Club, Fellowship of International 
Students, Dean's List, Who's Who, Association of 
Campus Pres. 

Kenneth Buecker, BS Atlanta, GA 

Business Administration; Pen 8 Sword. Phi Beta 
Lambda 

Charlotte Burnette, BA Richton 

Music Theraphy 

Dieter Buscher, BS 

Business. Pen & Sword. 



Orlando, FL 



121 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 



Jerry Butler, BS 


Austin, TX 


Psychology, Honors Program 




Joseph Byrd, BS 


Meadville 


Elementary Education 




Jo Ann Cadero, BS 


New Orleans, LA 


Charles Cameron, BS 


Gulfport 


Business Administration, Sera 


mpore Players, BSU. 



Barbara Cambell, BS RIchton 

Elementary Education 

Patrick Campbell, BS St. Charles, MO 



Alexander Capers, BS 



Harry Lee Carter III, BM 

Music, crioraie 



Walterburo, SC 
Bonneau, SC 



Willie Castillo, BA Pleasanton, TX 

Humanities. Social Science, Pen & Sword 

ShielaCatlett, BA Meridian 

Mattiematics, Kappa Mu EpsMon-Secretary, SMEA. 

David Catlett, BS Meridian 

Math and Business Administration. Kappa Mu Epslion 

Ronald Cole, BA Pascagoula 

History 



Cathy Collins, BM Meridian 

Music Education, Chorale, Madrigal Singers, 
Crusader, Delta Omicron 

Carolyn Sue Collum, BS Mobile, AL 

Business. Phi Beta Lambda. SGA, SMEA. Honors 
Program. Dorm President-Ross Hall 

David Cook, BA Tupelo 

Bible. Theta Kappa Sigma, Ministerial Association, 
Junior and Senior Class Favorites. Debate 

PaulCorbin, BS Waterville, ME 

Business Administration, Pen and Sword Society 



Luz Edith Cortes, BA Newburgh, NY 




Medical Technology, Fellowship o( International 




Students, Pre-Med Club, Library Club 




John Courtney, BS Houston. TX 


, 


Business Administration. PU\ Beta Lambda, Pen and 


J 


Sword Society. Intramural Football and Basketball. 


J 


Racket Club 


rs 


Pamela Crocker, BS Hattlesburg 


m 


Biology, Honors Program, Alpha Chi, Chi Beta Phi 


^ 


Kim Danner, BS Wilbur, AL 


\ 


Nursing, Honors Program, Chi Beta Phi. CSNA, SGA- 


\ 


Freshman Representative 




122 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 




Johnny Dantzler, BS Purvis 

Business Administration. AIro American Cultural 
Society 

David Davanay, BS Baytown, TX 



Richard deLuna, BA 

Biblical Studies 

Cynthia Dicl<erson, BS 

Elementary Education, SMEA. 



Quitman, MS 
Laurel, MS 



Harry Dickerson, BS 



Youngstown, OH 

Beta Lambda. Pen & 



Linda Dillard.BM Bush. LA 

Church Music. Association of Church Musicians. 
Outstanding Church Musician Award. Delta Omicron. 
Chapel Choir. Theta Kappa Sigma. SGA. Deans List 

Charles Donavan, BS Hattiesburg 

Community Service 

Helen Driskell, BM Wilmer, AL 



Music Therapy. Miss Carey College 

Maid. Delta Omicron. MENC, Alp..„ „,... .. 

Lambda. Class Favorite. SGA— Secretary. ExecutI 



Alph 



Thomas Dugan, BS Indianapolis, IN 

Business Administration. Phi Beta Lambda. Pen & 
Sword 

Sister Mary Durald, BS New Orleans, LA 

Nursing 

John Dykes, BA Soso 

Religion & Philosophy, 
Nancy Easterling, BS Petal 

Physical Education. Who's Who m American 
Universities and Colleges. Who's Wlio in Outstanding 
College Athletes. Honors Program. Chi Beta Phi. 
SMEA. Racket Club. PE Club, president. Association of 
Campus Presidents 



Trevor Ebanks, BA Cayman Brac- 

Gayman Islands 

Elementary Education. SMEA, Alpha Psi Omega. 
COBBLER editor. Serampore Players, SGA 
Fellowship of International Students 

David Eichhorn, BA Clearwater, FL 

Sociology, Pen & Sword Society 

Lloyd Fernandez, BS Biloxi 

Business Administration 

Michael Fingerhut, BA St. Louis, MO 

Psychology 



Marc Fisher, BS 


New Orleans, LA 


Chemistry and Pre-Med 




Jacquelyn Fowler, BA 


Hattiesburg 


Spanish. Deans List 1. Alpha 


Lambda, Serampore 


Players. Alpha Psi Omega 




Bobby Fulton, BS 


Meridian 


Physical Education 




Cynthia Ganbert, BS 


Kenner, LA 


Nursing, CSNA, 





123 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 



Philip Gerace. BS Bridgeviiie, PA 

Community Services. 

TliomasGiilespie, BS Greenviiie, SC 

Social Science, PI Gamma Mu, Pen & Sword Society, 



Gloria Giass, BS 

Elementary Education 

George Gordon, BS 

Business Administration, 
Sword Society 



Mobile, AL 



Waynesboro 

Lambda, Pen & 



Alan Gould, BS Hattiesburg 

Business Administration, Phi Beta Lambda 

Ronald Grayum, BS San Antonio, TX 

Business Administration. Pen & Sword Society, Ptil 
Beta Lambda, Backet Club 

Lewis Green, BS Dania, FL 

Business Administration 
Keith Greene, BS Shalimar, FL 

Chemistry, Chi Beta Phi, Kappa Mu Epsllon, Pen & 
Sword Society 



Howard Grohman, BS Paramus, NJ 

Psychology, Pen & Sword Society 

Thomas Gurksnis, BS Jeannetle, PA 

Business Administration. Pen & Sword Society, Phi 
Beta Lambda 

AdolphK. Hall, Jr., BS Miami, FL 

Business Administration. Phi Beta Lambda. Pen i 
Sword Society. Honors Program 

Norma Hallman, BS Semmes, AL 

Elementary Education; Honor Roll 



John Thomas Hardy, BA 




Canton 


History. SGA— Commissioner 


ol Entertainment, 


Library Committee 






Wally David Hartel.BS 




Gulfport 


Business Administration. Intrami. 


ral Pre 


Idem, BSU 


Softball Coordination Director. P 


1 Beta L 


ambda 


Thomas D. Harvey, BS 


Fort Kent, ME 


Business Administration and Fren 


ch, Dea 


■s List, Pen 


& Sword Society, Phi Beta Lambda 




TroyHatten.BS 




Laurel 


Social Science Racket Club, Pen 


& Sword Society 


Lynda Hawkins, BS 




Raleigh 


Elementary Education, SMEA-Slale vice 


President, 



BSU 

Jack Hayward, BA 

English. Lambda lota Tau 

Gloria Henderson, BS 

Elementary Education 

Ina Henderson, BS 

Elementary Education 



Fort Worth, TX 




124 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 




Larry Henderson, BA 

Bible 

David Hendry, BS 

Community Services 

Virginia Hendry, BA 

English 

Patricia Hickman, BS 

Nursing Frestimen Honors Program. Chi 
CSNA, Presideni, Dorm Council, Who's Wh 
Students In American Colleges and Universi 



East Hartford, CN 



East Hartford. CN 



Wiggins 



William Hobbs, BS Gulfport 

Business Administration, Chi Beta Phi, Phi Beta 
Lambda, Racket Club-Secretary, Treasurer, Pres , 
Tennis Team, Who's Who 

Carole Hobby, BS Pass Christian 

Elementary Education, SMEA 

Michael Hobby, BS Pascagoula 

Physical Education, SMEA, Baseball 

Laurence Hoefler, BS Lancaster, PA 

Social Sciences 



James Holifield, BS Laurel 

Physical Education, Physical Education Association 

Rommanee Hongsirinukul, BS Thailand 

Biology and Chemistry 

Jim Houston, BS Clarksville, TN 

Social Science 

Ephrain Horta, BA Cuba 

Religion 



Marybeth Howard, BA Poplarville 

Religious Education, Religious Education Association, 
Secretary, Theta Kappa Sigma, Secretary. BSU 
Julie Hubbard, BM Tucker, GA 

Music Education, Chorale 

Marlton Hudson, BS Sumrall 

Business Administration, Pen & Sword Society 

Norman Huggins, BM De Funiak 

Band, Tri-M Club Springs, FL 






Patricia Ikerd. BS 


Arabi, LA 


Elementary Education 




Charles Jackson, BA 


McComb 


Religion and Philosophy, Mmisten 


31 Association, REA, 


Theta Kappa Sigma 




^ Deborah Jackson, BS 


Picayune 


^^^^ Business Education 




^^^ Jack Jaynes, BS 


Hattiesburg 


» 





125 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 



Argania Jefferson, BS 


Prentiss 


Psychology, Dorm Preside 


nt-Johnson, Theta 


Lambda Chi, Alro-Amonc 


an Society, Home 


Economics Club 




Sandra Polly Johnson, BS 


Summit 


Nursing, Freshmen-Sophomore 


Honors, Junior-Senior 


Honors, Chi Beta Phi. CSNA, Cobbler Slafi, BSU 


William Johnson, BA 


Birmingham. AL 


Bible, History 




Becky Jones, BS 


West Point 


Nursing, Pi Tau Chi, Honors Program, CSNA, Chi Beta 


Phi, Alpha Chi, Alpha Lambda 




Nancy Jones. BS 


State Line 


Elementary Education. Band, 


Honors Program 


Anthony Kalberg, BS 


Gulfport 


Elementary Education, SMEA 




Michael Kane, BS 


Pontiac. M\ 


Business Administration 




MelindaKeyes, BA 


Hattiesburg 


English, Alpha Lambda, Asso 


ol Campus Presidents, 


Creative Writers Club, Alpha C 


hi, Theta Lambda Chi, 


SMEA, Lambda lota Tau, Honors Program, Who's 


Who 




Robert Klemm, BA 


Shalimar, FL 


Social Science 




Audie Ladner, BS 


Picayune 


John Lambert, BS 


Baltimore. MD 


Business Administration, Pen 


& Sword Society, Phi 


Beta Lambda 




Donna Lanford, BS 


Lynn Haven. FL 


Social Science and Psychology, Honors Program, Pi 


Gamma Mu, Dean's List, SGA-Senator, BSU 


Nenette Leatherwood, BM 


Decatur 


Honors Program, MENC, 


3elta Omicron, SGA- 


Senator, Chorale, Dean's Li 


t 1, Madrigal Singers, 


Band 




WilmaLedbetter. BS 


Belle Chasse, LA 


Nursing 

Timothy Leggett, BS 


Laurel. MS 


Social Science 




Nicholas Leopoldus, BS 


Lakewood, CO 


Business Administration, Pen 


S Sword Society, Phi 


Beta Lambda, Racket Club, 


ntramural Football and 


Basketball 




Clarence Lewis. BS 


Hattiesburg 


Speech and Theatre. Serampore Players, Pi Tau Chi, 


Afro-American Society 




Mattie Lindsey. BS 


Hattiesburg 


Sociology 




David Livingston. BS 


Beaver. PA 


Community Services 




Sheila Lockhart.BS 


Moss Point 


Elementary Education, SMEA 


Alpha Chi, Dean's List 




126 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 




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1\M 




H 



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1 



Hiram Lucius, BS 








Hattiesburg 


Phi Beta Lambda, C 


Cli 


Jb, 


Judicia 


1 Vlce-President- 


SGA, Baseball. Who's 


Who 






Kathryn Malcomb, BS 






Kenner. LA 


Nuising, CSNA 










Bernard Mallett. BS 








Boston, MA 


Nolan Mapp, BS 








Mendenhall 


Social Science. PIGan 




iMu 


. Ministerial AssoclBtlon 



Rubin Martinez, BS Fulfurrias, TX 

Pen s Sword Society. Phi Beta Lambda 
Wilbur May, BA Meridian 

Bible 

Mary Alice McCall, BS Laurel 

Elementary Education. Dean's List 

Frances McClamroch, BM Moss Point 

Music Education. MENC, SMEA, Chapel Choir. New 
Image Choir. SGA-Senalor. Thallan Society 



Richard McElhaney, BS Hattiesburg 

Nursing. CSNA 

Tyronne McGinnis, BS Charleston, SC 

Business Administration. Phi Beta Lambda. Pen & 
Sword Society. Afro-American Society 

Anita McGraw, BA Easley, SC 

English, Alpha Chl-President. Lambda lota Tau-Vice- 
Presidenl. CRUSADER-Edllor. Honors Program. SQA- 
Senalor. Who's Who 

George McLouth.BS Seattle, WA 

Business Administration 



Stanley Meade, BA 


St. Joseph, MO 


Religion 




Donald Measels,BM 


Morton 


Music History and Theor 


y. Chorale. Omicron Delta 


Kappa, Music History Awt 


ird. Madrigal Singers 


Manuel Mejia, BS 


Brownsville, TX 


Chemistry 




Roger Metcalfe, BS 


Bardy, TX 


Social Science, Pi Gammi 


i Mu. Raclsel Club 



William Michael, BS 

Business 

Sue Montreuil, BS 


Harlan, KY 


Metairie, LA 


Nursing. CSNA. Chi Beta Phi 




Carl Mounts, BS 


Gilbert. WV 


Business Administration 




Howard Money, BA 


Columbus. GA 



anities and Social Sclenci 



127 



SENIORS . CLASS OF 74 



Owen Moore, BS 


Panama City, FL 


Business Administration 




Bertha Moote, BS 


Ocean Springs 


Elementary Education 




John Moreau, BS 


New Orleans, LA 


Business Administration 




Charles Moultjer, BS 


Crestview, FL 



David Murphy, BS 



Business Ai 
Sword Society 

Robert Murphy, BS 

Business Admlnlstratio 
Beta Lambda 

Therrell Myers, BS 

Math. Baseball 
Hans Nelson, BS 

Social Science. PI Gam 
Deans List 



Waterbury, CN 

Beta Lambda. Pen s 



Enterprise, AL 

Pen 4 Sword Society. Phi 



Champaign, IL 

1 Mu. Pen S Sword Society. 



Michael Netherland, BA 

Humanities 

Eddie Newsom, BS 

Social Science 

Phares Noyes, BS 



Jackson 
Petal 



Syracuse, NY 

Business Administration. Racket Club-Vlce-Presldent. 
Phi Beta Lambda, SGA-Senator 

Robert Nurre, BS Los Angeles, CA 

Business Administration. Racket Club. Pen & Sword 
Society 



Debra Owen, BM Pensacola, Fl 

Music Education. Chorale. SGA-Justlce. Assistant 



Dorm President 

Noel Pagano, BS 
Joe Park, BS 

Business Educatlor 

Larry Park, BS 



Adrr 



Lambda 



Kenneth Parker, BS 
Arthur Persons, BS 

Nursing. CSNA 

Jack Peterson, BS 

Social Science 

Frederick Pine, BS 

Community Services 



Boston, MA 
Heraldton,OK 



Marietta, GA 

ket Club. Phi Beta 



Prentiss 

New Orleans, LA 

Pensacola, FL 

Fort Benning, GA 




128 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 




Alton Pittman, BS 




Columbia 


Nursing; Carey Stage Ba 


a. c 


hi Beta Phi, CSNA 


Frances Pittman, BS 

Home Economtca 




Sumrall 


Stephen Powell, BS 

Business Administration, 
Sword Society. Racket C 


Phi 
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Newtonvllle, MA 

Beta Lambda. Pen & 


Karen Price, BS 




Harrisonburg, LA 



Jack Pugh, BS 


Sebring, FL 


Business Administration 




Raymond Purceii, BA 


Jacksonville, FL 


Bible. Ministerial Association. Theta Kappa Sigma. 


Creative Writers' Assoclatio 


n. Pen S Sword Society 


Rose Lovern Ralney, BA 


Petal 


Biblical Studies. PITauChl. 


Alpha Lambda. Alpha Chi. 


Theta Kappa Sigma. Hone 


rs Program. CRUSADER 


staff. Library Club 




Harold Ray, BS 


Birmingham, AL 


Sociology 





Juan Rendon, BS Universal City, TX 

Business Administration. Pen S Sword Society. 

Enelda Reyes, BA Cuba 

Religion and Spanish. REA. Fellowship of International 
Students 

Charles Richie, BS 



Panama City, FL 



Racket Club, Ph 



Busi 



Cecil Robinson, BS 

Social Science. 



Valerie Robinson, BS 

Nursing 

Judy Ross, BS 

Elementary Education 

Ronald Glenn Ross, BM 

Church Music, Chorale 

Ronald Rubottom, BS 

Business Administration; Pen & Sword Society, Phi 
Beta Lambda. 



Metairie, LA 



Moss Point 



Moss Point 



Witchita Falls, TX 



Ken Russell, BM New Sarpy, LA 

Church Music. Madrigal Singers. Chorale. Association 
of Church fyluslclans. Phi Mu Alpha 

Issa Saba, BA Nazareth, Israel 

English 

Donald H. Sabathier, BS New Orleans, LA 

Business Administration. Phi Beta Lambda. 

John Sabatini, BS Ft. Walton 

Social Science Beach, FL 



129 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 



Frederick Samec, BA & BS Gainesville, FL 

Business & Accounting, Phi Beta Lambda. 

Douglas Saxon, BA Silver Creek 

Bible 

Donald Schroyer, BS Hattiesburg 

Social Science; PI Gamma Mu, 

Kaye Sclfres, BS Jackson 

Elementary Education, SMEA. 



Stanley Seal, BS 


Varnado 


m»< 


Biology 




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Ray S.Shaw, BS 


Waynesboro 


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Business Administration, Phi 


Beta Lambda. Afro- 


<' 


American Cultural Society 




V Cici.r 


Frank M. Shields, BA 


Vlcksburg 




Bible and Social Science 




V -^ 


Jackie Shivers, BS 


Bassfleld 




Elementary Education, SMEA, 




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Brenda Short, BS Pensacola, FL 

Mathematics, Serampore Players, Creative Writers 
Club, Chi Beta Phi, Kappa Mu Epsilon-Pres., 1973 
tndtgo editor. Dorm Council 

Betty Smith, BM Marianne, FL 

Music Education: MENC, Delta Omicron. SGA, Chapel 
Choir, Chorale, Honors Program, Dean's List 

Gall Smith, BS Wiggins 

Community Services & Education, SMEA 

Gloria Smith, BS Summit 

Nursing 



William Smith, BM Hattiesburg 

Piano; Honors Program, Chorale, SGA-Sophomore 
Representative. Phi Mu Alpha Slnfonla-Pres.. Alpha 
Chi VIce-Pres., Who's Who. Brevard Music Center 
Scholarship 

Wayne Smoot, BS 



Auburn, CAL 



; Ten 



Donna Sparkman, BS 



David Spencer, BS 



Starke, FL 

SGA Senate, BSU, Chi 



Columbus, IND 



i Administration. Pen & Sword. 



Rlchton 



Jack Stanley, BA 

Bible S Social Science, 

Kenneth Stewart, BS 

Psychology; Pen & Sword 

Tommy Strebeck, BA 

English; SGA, Honors Program, Dean's List. 

Robert Strickland, BS Bowling Green, KY 

Business Administration. 



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Seminary 




130 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 




HubertStuart, Jr. BS Oak Grove 

Business Administration, Phi Beta Lambda 

Robert Stuiz, BS Miami, FL 

Psychology 

Lucy Summers, BS Kokomo 

Nursing. CSNA. SGA. 

Valorle Taylor, BS Hattlesburg 

Nursing, CSNA. Atro-Amerlcan Cultural Society, 



Bobby Terry, BA Florence 

Religious Education, Hellglous Ed. Association. 
Seramphore Players, Alpha Pal Omega Prea . WCC 
Leadership Fraternity 

Deborah Thomas, BA Summer 

Religious Education 

BebeTodd,BS Soso 

Elementary Education, SMEA 

George Tredway, BS Austin, TX 

Business Adminlstralion, 



Craig Trumbo, BS Hattlesburg 

Business 

Valerie Turner, BM Leakesvllle 

Music Education & Medical Technology, Honors 
Program, Delta Omicron, Chi Beta Phi, Music Award. 
Chorale. Alpha Lambda. Who's Who. Pre-Med Club 

George Walker, BS Mt. Orab, OH 

Business. Phi Beta Lambda. Pen & Sword 

Rebecca Ware, BM Mobile, AL 

Music Education, Alpha Lambda. Theta Lambda Chi, 
Delta Omicron. Deans List. Honors Program. BSU, 
Honors Recital, Chorale, Campus Beauty. Sophomore 
Homecoming Maid. SMEA. Alpha Chi. Who's Who 



William Ware, BS 



Terry Warren, BS 

Business 

Joy Wellbacker, BS 

Nursing 

Joseph Weker, BS 

Business Administration 



Calbert, GA 

word, Phi Beta 

Wauchula, FL 

New Orleans, LA 

Baltimore, MO 



Maynard Welch, BS Orange Park, FL 

Business Administration: Pen & Sword. Phi Beta 
Lambda. 

Dorothy Wllllngham, BM Hattlesburg 

Music Education. Chorale, MENC. 

James Wllllngham, BM Hattlesburg 

Church Music. 

Hank Wilkinson, BM McComb 

Church Music i Organ; Phi Mu Alpha SInfonIa, 
Chorale- 



131 



SENIORS • CLASS OF 74 



Sharon Whigham, BA 


l-iattiesburg 


Speech & Drama 




Richard Whiteside. BS 


Hattlesburg 


Business S Psychology 




James Woodfln, BA 


Purvis 


Bible 




Curtis Wright, BS 


San Antonio, TX 


Business Administration. Pen 


& Sword 


Joseph Wright, BS 


Gurdon, AR 


Community Services & Psych 


ology 


Franl< Vaientine, BS 


Miami. FL 


Mathematics 




James Van Duzee, BS 


El Paso. TX 


Business Administration. 









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JUNIORS • CLASS OF 75 




Ronald Aaronson 


Laurel 


Tommy Adklns 


Hattlesburg 


Don Armstrong 


Pleasant Grove, AL 


William Armstrong 


Mobile, AL 



Hammond, LA 

Lucedale 

Pace, FL 

Hattlesburg 



Kay Batson 


Crystal Springs 


Carolyn Beaman 


Metalrle, LA 


Leo Bender 


Hattlesburg 


Cheryl Blades 


Kentwood, LA 



133 



JUNIORS • CLASS OF 75 



James Bolen 


Grenada 


Graham Boutwell 


Picayune 


Simuel Boyett 


Hattiesburg 


Ed Bralk 


Miami, FL 



Robert Brown 
Kathy Bruno 
Gienda Bryant 
Lee Builock 



Chattahoodree. FL 

New Orleans, LA 

Ellisville 

Columbia 



Kaye Butler 


Taylorsville 


Gaylon Butler 


Raleigh 


Dianne Buxton 


Hattiesburg 


Ted Cannon 


Taylorsville 



Linda Caraway 


Meridian 


IVIichael Carr 


Union Church 


Gregory Carter 


Hattiesburg 


Gary Coleman 


Brookhaven 



Margaret Collins 


Petal 


Larry Cooper 


Slidell, LA 


Ronny Cottingham 


Hattiesburg 


^ Edwin Crenshaw 


Petal 




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Valerie Cupit 


Union Church 


William Daughdrill 


Pensacola. FL 


Barry Donald 


Hattiesburg 


James Downey 


Hattiesburg 



John Downing 


Plnetta, FL 


Raley Downing 


Prosperity, SC 


Kenneth Dunaway 


Hattiesburg 


Shirley Duncan 


McComb 



Conley Ellis 


Tallahassee, FL 


Annie Evans 


Forest 


Clifford Evans 


Hattiesburg 


Sheri Everett 


New Orleans, LA 



Joel Fike 


Leakesville 


Patricia Fike 


Leakesville 


Katheryn Fowler 


Hattiesburg 


Joe Fuller 


Blains. VA 



Martha Garraway 
Brooke GIddens 
Lloyd Goff 
Landon Gore 



Hattiesburg 

New Orleans, LA 

Benndale 

Springfield, VA 



135 



JUNIORS . CLASS OF 75 



Julian Graham 


Jacksonville, FL 


Anne Gritfing 


Gulfport 


Roben Halford 


Meridian 


Annette Hardle 


New Orleans. LA 



Michael Harris 


Collins 


Wanda Harvey 


Crawfordvllle, FL 


Ralph Henson 


Meridian 


Paula Herbold 


Panama City, FL 



Lera Hogan 


Hattiesburg 


Linda Holllngwiorth 


Quitman 


Gwynn Holmes 


Tylertown 


Conrad Howell 


Pontotoc 



Myra Howell 


Pontotoc 


Patsy Howell 


Hattiesburg 


Stella Hunt 


Moss Point 


Odessa Ivy 


Waynesboro 



Julie Jagot 


New Orleans, LA 


Betty Johnson 


Carson 


William Jones 


Hattiesburg 


Owen King 


Mobile, AL 




136 



JUNIORS • CLASS OF 75 





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Reglna Ladner 


Wiggins 


Annie Lewis 


Hattiesburg 


Steve Lightsey 


Laurel 


John Lightsey 


Hattiesburg 



Michael Lott 


Collins 


Cindy Lumpkin 


Orlando, FL 


Pam Magers 


Lucedale 


Richard Maindelle 


Hattiesburg 



Barbara Marsh Lake Panasoffkee, FL 

Pamela Mayeaux New Orleans, LA 

Charles Mayfleld Pascagoula 

Wayne McCullough Jayess 



Danny McDonald 


Montgomery, AL 


Bill McGuire 


Crystal Springs 


Leola Mclnnis 


Forest 


Winford A. Mclnnis 


Pittsboro 



Belinda Mitchell 


Carriere 


Robert Monsour 


Meridian 


Letha Moody 


McLain 


Charles Moore 


Meridian 



137 



JUNIORS • CLASS OF 75 



JoAnne Moore 
Anthony Myrick 
Richard O'Claire 
James Otts 



Florence Prater 
Harold Ray 
Aaron Ray 
Marattia Rayborn 



Sardls 

Taylorsville 

Franklinton, PA 

Birnnlngham, AL 



Paul Parker 


Long Beach 


Clarence Pearson 


Hattiesburg 


Troy Pearson 


Seminary 


Elise Perry 


Ocean Springs 



Laurel 
Birmingham, AL 
Birmingham, AL _x 

Petal 



Lyn Revette 


Petal 


Donald Richards 


Ft. Walton, FL 


Marsha Robertson 


Olive Branch 


Karen Rodden 


Mobile, AL 



Linda Rodriguez 


Tampa, FL 


Elaine Ross 


Hattiesburg 


Deborah Round 


Laurel 


Brenda Russell 


Sardis 




138 



JUNIORS • CLASS OF 75 




Bruce Samuels 


Mobile. AL 


Rodney Sanders 


Bogalousa, LA 


William Sanders 


Ellisvllle 


Fannie Scott 


Isola, MS 



Gwen Smith 


Wiggins 


Kathy Smith 


Jackson 


James Smith 


Hattiesburg 


Patti Stribling 


Clinton 



Loretta Sumlin 


McLain 


Francis Swagert 


Ovett 


Annette Tardy 


Belzoni 


Fred Taylor 


Louisville 



Mary Thomas 


Hattiesburg 


Laura Thompson 


Hattiesburg 


Bernard Toombs 


Jesop, AL 


Carl Truesdell 


Richton 



Randy Von Kanel 


Pascagoula 


William Wade 


Laurel 


Faye Waldrop 


Hammond, LA 


Jerry Watts 


Purvis 



139 



JUNIORS • CLASS OF 75 



Mary Welch 


Magee 


JoAnne West 


Waynesboro 


Walter Wilson 


Gulfport 


Teresa Woods 


Hattiesburg 



Bruce Worrell 


Ackerman 


Ronnie Wright 


Marianna, FL 


Christine Wright 


Arabi. LA 


Judy Zlegler 


New Orleans, LA 




140 



SOPHOMORES • CLASS OF 76 




Ann Banes 


Meridian 


Mary Barnett 


Hattiesburg 


Patsy Bennett 


Moss Point 


Sherri Birchwell 


Gulfport 











Kathleen Blackstock Slide!!, LA 

Terry Booth Laurel 

Janet Bourgeois Gretna, LA 

Sam Brooke Pompano Beach, FL 



David Brown 


Natchez 


Alvin Carriere 


New Orleans, LA 


Richard Carson 


Latrobe, PA 


Joy Chance 


Petal 



William Clawson 
Orfa Cortes 
Susan Coston 
David Davis 



Hattiesburg 

Newburgh, N.Y. 

British Honduras 

Hattiesburg 



William Dick 


Gautier 


Diane Dobson 


Mobile, AL 


James Dobson 


Purvis 


Betty Dunaway 


Gulfport 



141 



SOPHOMORES . CLASS OF 76 



Terri Eaton 


Hattiesburg 


Bernie Ernest 


Hattiesburg 


Kathy Fejes 


New Orleans, LA 


Tajuana Gibson 


Jackson 



Damon Goff 
Sylvia Grant 
Martha Harris 
Juanlta Harvison 



Jeanne Hattier 
Marna Hennington 
Randall Hymel 
Betty Jo Johnson 



Debbie Manos 
Nancy McCoy 
Ronald McMorris 
David Meadows 



Hattiesburg 

Milton, FL 

Gainesville, FL 

Hattiesburg 



Plantation, FL 

Crystal Springs 

Belle Chasse, LA 

Lucedale 



Gayle King 


Chicago, IL 


Laura Knox 


Norco, LA 


David Kropff 


Hattiesburg 


Phillip Luper 


Tylertown 



New Orleans, LA 

McLain 

Baton Rouge, LA 

Hattiesburg 









142 



SOPHOMORES • CLASS OF 76 




David Miller Hedrick. 10 

Michael Miller Fort Walton Beach, FL 

Roger Miller Fort Thomas, KY 

Jo Lynn Moncrief Lafayette, LA 



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Jeanette Morrison 


Wiggins 


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Jean Marie Nutt 


Jackson 


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Michael Palmer 


Purvis 


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Judy Quin 


Columbia 


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Lee Rodgers 


Hattiesburg 


Amy Sanders 


Picayune 


Nancy Scott 


Fort Myers, FL 


Thomas Scott 


Fort Myers, FL 



Andrea Simmons 


Pace, FL 


Richard Strength 


Laurel 


Linda Sullivan 


Hattiesburg 


Betty Sylvest 


New Augusta 



Charles Tyner 


Purvis 


Joan Walker 


Hattiesburg 


Cathy Watson 


Pascagoula 


Johnnie Watts 


Hattiesburg 



143 



SOPHOMORES • CLASS OF 76 



Ella Williams 


Picayune 


Robyn Williams 


Dothan, AL 


Xandra Williams 


Beaumont 


Diana Willis 


Hattiesburg 



Alice Winton 
Joyce Woodfin 



Metairie, LA 
Rome. GA 



FRESHMEN • 
CLASS OF 77 




Patricia Adams Hattiesburg 

Diane Adkinson Fort Walton Beach, FL 

Sadeq Ammouri Jerusalem, Jordan 

Beverly Anderson New Orleans, LA 



Joyce Armstrong 
Alexis Beacher 
Caroline Bodden 
Joel Bowles 



New Augusta 

Birmingham, AL 

Cayman Islands 

Grand Bay, AL 




144 



FRESHMEN • CLASS OF 77 





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Mary Jane Britton 


Paris, TN 


Wanda Brown 


Gulfport 


Deborah Buckhalter 


Hattiesburg 


Charlotte Carpenter 


Collinsville 



Anna Cavignac 


New Orleans, LA 


Ken Kin Chen 


Sao Paulo, Brazil 


Robbie Combs 


Gulfport 


Joseph Cook 


Laurel 



Linda Coston 


Avon Park, FL 


Carolyn Curry 


Forest 


Homer Daniel 


Collins 


Barbara Davis 


Robertsdale, AL 



Robert Davis 
William Dewease 
Charles DItatta 
John Eaton 



Charles Endsley 
Solomon Enyieama 
Peter Falriey 
Al Fike 



Graceville, FL 

Purvis 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Texarkana, AR 

Lagos, Nigeria 

Great Falls, MN 

Leakesville 



145 



FRESHMEN • CLASS OF 77 



Deborah Fletcher 


Hattiesburg 


Grace Furr 


VanCleave 


James Gardner 


Hattiesburg 


Karen Garrett 


Daphne, AL 



Terri Gieger 


Laurel 


Renee Givens 


Kentwood, LA 


Sharon Glover 


Houma, LA 


David Goar 


Hattiesburg 



David Gratta 
Donna Greer 
Bruce Grissom 
Connie Guillot 



Barbara Gunther 
Marian Hall 
Genevieve Hancock 
Steven Harris 



Hattiesburg 

Crystal Springs 

Petal 

New Orleans, LA 



Hattiesburg 

Baltimore, MD 

VanCleave 

Hattiesburg 



Carolyn Hart 


Franklinton, LA 


Scott Harvison 


Hattiesburg 


Alfred Hearn 


Hattiesburg 


Sharon Heier 


Arabi, LA 









146 



FRESHMEN • CLASS OF 77 




Susan Hymel 
Laura Johnson 
Terry Johnson 
Paula Johnston 



Belle Chasse. LA 

OakVale 

Terry 

Heidelberg 



Henry Jones 
Kathryn Jones 
Tara Jordan 
M.-O. Joykutty 



Andalusia, AL 

OakVale 

Waynesboro 

India 



Jennifer Kartadinata Surabaya, Indonesia 
Wendy King Bogalusa, LA 



Anna Landon 
Alex Lawson 



Bay St. Louis 
Little Rock, AR 



Nola Lewis 


New Augusta 


Donald Lowery 


Hattiesburg 


Carmen Lyons 


Laurel 


Patricia Mallett 


Colorado Springs, CO 



Debra McKemie 


Houma, 


LA 


Theodis McSwain 


New Augusta 


Janette Melton 


Pensacola, 


FL 


Melanie Milam 


Saraland, 


AL 



147 



FRESHMEN • CLASS OF 77 



Michael Miller 
Charles Moulder 
Diane Nixon 
Ben Palmer 



Cecilia Parker 
Yvonne Parker 
Gemia Pascale 
Debra Patterson 



Juline Porter 
Patty Prevost 
Beth Ralner 
Billy Ready 



Pascagoula 

Crestvlew, FL 

New Augusta 

Fort Washington, FL 



Long Beach 

Fort Walton Beach, FL 

Hattiesburg 

Jacksonville. FL 



Rodney Schafer 
Jerry Sims 
Karen Smith 
Lee Ann Snowden 



Cayman Islands 

Saucier 

Dothan, AL 

Bogalusa, LA 



Mike Reynolds 


Clinton 


Danny Rollln 


Petal 


Albert Sanderson 


Laurel 


Debbie Scarbrough 


Hattiesburg 



Emmans, PA 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 



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Pamela Sullivan 
Jeanie Sullivan 
Chyrel Taylor 
Robert Taylor 



Gaynelle Thomas 
Donna Thomasson 
John Thompson 
Phillip Threadgill 



Seminary 

Hattlesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Ellisville 



Watson, LA 

Pensacola, FL 

Jacksonville, FL 

Destin Beach, FL 



Virginia Tippin 


Metairie, LA 


Jan Townsend 


Franklinton, LA 


Earl Turnage 


Kokomo 


Kathy Vollman 


Seminary 



Danny Von Kanel 


Pascagoula 


Shiao Wang 


Bangkok, Thailand 


William Ward 


Columbia 


Sandra Warren 


Mendenhail 



Randall Weeks 


Madison 


Debra Weldon 


Hollywood, FL 


Robroy Wilday 


New Orleans, LA 


Jimmy Willey 


Mathiston 



149 



FRESHMEN • CLASS OF 77 



Belinda Willis 


Hattiesburg 


Evelyn Wlllson 


Purvis 


Janice Wilson 


Hattiesburg 


Olinda Wilson 


Columbia 



Renee Wilson 
Mary Winters 




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Groups 
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Individuals 
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Loyal we will be; 

And we will ever sing thy praises; 

Hail, all hail to thee. 

Lifting high the light of knowledge, 

Answering the clarion call, 

Thou hast made thy sons and daughters 

Staunch crusaders all. 

Thou hast taught us love and honor, 

Taught us truth and right, 

While fitting every new crusader 

With thine armor bright. 

May thy God, who made thee worthy. 

Keep thee ever truly free; 

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219 SOUTH 26TH AVENUE 
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HAHIESBURG, MISS. 



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584-5252 



AUTRY'S CHRISTIAN 
BOOK STORE 



CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

REV. CHARLES R WILLIAMS, Pastor 

Nursery for all Services. 

I 10 Franc. 5 St. — 583-0154 



things go 

better,! 

Coke 



«•*•« — — 



Compliments 



MISSISSIPPI POWER CO. 



I 12 W. Pine 



582-8281 



KDMP [OLIIPMENT CD. 



319 East Pine 



582-8215 




WILLMUT 

GAS and OIL 
COMPANY 



of 
Hattiesburg 



; Pizza Carry Outs 



582-8221 



'Your Natural Gas Distributor" 



la/p Statute L^^iiliam i^areu (^olleat 



315 South Main St. — Hattiesburg, Mississippi 



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TWO LOCATIONS: 

1131 Hardy St. 
582-0962 

3610 W. Hardy 
582-7416 




HAUE A GOOD DAY TODAY 

mo PASS (T ON! 




HATTIESBURG 
TYPEWRITER COMPANY 

The Office Machine Center 

^'Equipped for Better Service 

706 Broadway Drive 
544-771 




MORRISON FOOD SERVICES, INC. 



p. O. Box 2608 • Mobile, Alabama 36601 

a d.viiicn o! Mor';son Incorporated 



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©FFBCi Sy FPLYCOMMMY. 



COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 



582-4417 



222 SOUTH MAIN ST. 



HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 




UNIVERSITY MALL 



—OPEN 9:00 A.M. TILL 9:00 P.M.— 
BANK AMERICARD '— - MASTER CARD 



22^ The City of 

o Hattiesburg, 

Mississippi 



"^.Ci+y of Achievement 

■^ South Mississippi's First All-Merit City 

-^ Educational Center of Mississippi 





all of you in your efforts to secure an education, and all of you 
in your efforts committed to providing educational opportunity, 
who are brought together here in Hattiesburg. 



Compliments of 



Southern Lanes, Inc 

908 SOUTH MAIN STREET 
PETAL, MISSISSIPPI 



Group Rates on Skating and Bowling 
Next door Burkett's 

ROLLER SKATING RINK 

908 S, Main Petal— 582-2703 



TOM'S 
TOASTED 
PEANUTS 



RAWLS SPRINGS 
LOOP ROAD 



584-6521 



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Compliments of 






OF HATTfESBURG 

SOUTH — BROADWAY DFUVE — 582-7101 
David Hammond, Innkeeper 

NORTH — HI- WAY 49 N. — 582-9181 

Manuel Santos, Innkeeper 



Compliments of 

MOORE FUNERAL HOMES 

Hattiesburg & Wiggins 

Member The Order of the Golden Rule 

Serving Since — 1924 



SHONEY'S 



Restaurant 



Drive Inn 



PINE BELT 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSC. 

Insured by FSLIC 

100 Hardy 544-2090 



Highway 49S 
Phone 582-8248 

FRESH STRAWBERRY PIE 
12 MONTHS OF THE YEAR 



MERLE NORMAN 
COSMETIC STUDIO 

Three steps to beauty 




People helping people at 

First Mississippi National Bank 

Serving South Mississippi / Member FDIC 



Main Office 
100 Hardy St. 

Broadway Office 
7 I 3 Broadway Dr. 



Main St. Office 


Westgate Office 


523 Main St. 


3101 Hardy St. 


Hardy St. Office 


Petal Office 


1835 Hardy St. 


143 W. Central Ave 



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ATISON 




HOWELL 



JANITORIAL SERVICES 

583-0779 
RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL 



ROSEBERRY PIANO HOUSE 

PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSICAL ACCESSORIES 
583-0245 




You Are Invited To Worship W,th Us 

TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

The Church with a Heart in the 
Heart of the City 

Hardy Street at Sixteenth Avenue 

Rev. Kermit D. McGregor, Pastor 
A, 5. Windham, Minister of Education 

Al,in B Celoria, Minister of Music 

A Biq Church Program with a Little Church 
Atmosi^here of Pnendlmess 

THERE IS A PLACE OF SERVICE FOR YOU 



DUFF AMUSEMENT CO., INC. 

Dial 584-8791 

2706 Lincoln Rd. — HATTIESBURG 



HJoux Qj.ivi.Lfi <Slnce. lSg6 



Phone 
584-788! 




OEW|L^;« 



■THE GIFT STORE" 



"Convenient 
Credit" 



Compliments of 



SMITH'S BAKERY 



Bakers of baHerwhipped Sunbeam 



-HATTIESBURG— 



Forrest County 
Board of Supervisors 

J.A.P. CARTER, JR., Beat Four, President 
SELBY BOWLING, Beat Three, Vice President 
W. U. "Bill" SIGLER, Beat One 
ARCHIE SMITH, Beat Two 
HIX ANDERSON, JR., Beat Five 

We wish to extend our sincere promise of continued support 
and cooperation to William Carey College, one of Forrest 
County's most valued assets. Congratulations on your splendid 
growth and fine spirit. 

We hope that William Carey and Forrest County will con- 
tinue to march side by side In setting the pace of progress and 
development In South Mississippi. 

The people of Forrest County extend their best wishes to 
the administration, faculty, and students of Carey College. 

Best of luck to Mississippi's friendliest college from Mis- 
sissippi's friendliest county. 




FAST FOODS 



FRIED CHICKEN 

HAMBURGERS 

PO-BOYS 

All Types Of Short Orders 

Open 6 a.m.- 10 p.in. 

Complete Carry-Out Service 



1511 Edwards St 



544-1716 



Your 

THEATRES 

The 

BEVERLY DRIVE-IN 

And The 

BROADWAY DRIVE 

Invite You To 

Come V^here the Young 
Like to See Good Movies 



WHERE TASTE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE 
WHERE TENDERNESS IS GUARANHED 

OUR MEAT IS FRESH — NOT FROZEN 
OPEN DAILY 11 A.M. TILL 11 P.M. 



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Free Coffee & Tea Refills 
Ph. 544-74S7 



3317 Hardy Slreet 



ECONO TAX 
Income Tax 

Ready to Serve You 



583-01 14 



SUZUKI 

Cycle Center 



3 17 W. Pine 544-6271 



BILL MACK 
REALTY AND INSURANCE 

1002 Hardy Street— Hattlesburg 



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CAREY COLLEGE 

"PAR" FOR THE PARKERS 

RONNIE DONNIE 

CHERYL PAUL 

BETH KATHY 

CECILIA 



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